>>122602981>they're already free
No, it's entirely by state and most states have a fee for any kind of identification.
In Florida, for example, you can only qualify for a free ID if you're over 65 or homeless.>EVERY OTHER FIRST WORLD COUNTRY
Not really, no, but if you actually look at the ones that do they're the ones that provide multiple free mailed ID's to citizens automatically. There's no undue burden there.
If, as part of the ID law, you required every state to provide every citizen with a free non-diver ID for registering to vote then there'd be no undue burden and it wouldn't be unconstitutional. But that would also defeat the purpose (suppressing voter turnout), so that's never really on the table.